I really like Riley Hopeman's idea of the silent solo sit. Quiet moments outside were so important for me as a kid, helping to ground me in the places that I lived, giving me a deep sense of connection. They made my life more peaceful and meaningful. Even today, those brief, long-ago moments help me hold onto a childlike optimism that I cherish.
"The silent solo sit is an activity I always incorporate into a teaching week. It provides each individual with the opportunity to connect with the natural world on their own..."
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